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Appistoki Falls Professional Review and Guide
"This trail climbs to a small waterfall in the barren gorge of Appistoki Creek. It begins in a pleasant woodland of subalpine fir, lit by the blossoms of beargrass in early summer of favorable years. Beargrass is not a grass at all but a member of the lily family, with great bulb-shaped clusters of tiny white flowers. It blooms on a three-year cycle, with most plants in a given locale coming into bloom during the same year. The path rises gently through the forest, which thins with increasing elevation. The barren face of Appistoki Peak looms to the west, while the similar summit of Scenic Point rises to the east."
--Erik Molvar, Best Easy Day Hikes: Glacier and Waterton National Parks (Falcon Guides).
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